Be very careful here. Tire rubber is a funny substance. As it ages it becomes hardened an no longer has the traction grip that is absolutely necessary on pavement. I know this because my 1991 TW came with just 671 miles on it and the tires were just like new because the bike was only ridden around an RV camp ground on sunny days. Members here advised me to buy new tires immediately if I planned to do any pavement riding. I heard what they said but didn't do it right off, just drove very carefully on the roads and I am glad I did. The front tires on the TW are not the best to begin with but the rear is pretty decent. After just a few road trips it became very scary with the old and hard rubber. I replaced both tires with a new Bridgestone on the rear and a Shinko GB 5.10 on the front. Worlds of difference could be felt immediately. I have both of the take off tires still in near perfect condition tread wise but they are only good for studding for winter fun type riding. I would not give them to a member here unless they were to be used for studding only. I would not want an injury caused by old rubber weighing on my shoulders and I highly recommend you do not try to save some pennies at the expense of your safety.